The South African National Child Rights Coalition (SANCRC) has been established to provide an effective platform for coordinated, collective advocacy by like-minded civil society organisations and activists to advance the realisation of children’s rights.
South Africa has a child-centred rights-based national governance system that:
To facilitate coordinated civil society communication and advocacy for a stronger national child rights governance system that ensures that children’s rights to survive, protection, to develop to their full potential and participate are recognised and advanced as a national rights-based, development priority by all role players.
South Africa has a child-centred rights-based national governance system that sustains a developmental national child care and protection system that:
To strengthen the following foundational building blocks of a child rights governance system:
The SANCR will advocate collectively to address critical systemic weaknesses in child rights governance to secure a developmental child care and protection system that complies with treaty obligations and realises the rights of every child to survive, be protected, develop to their full potential and participate in all decisions that affect them.